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October 7, 2016  

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Rather than me wordsmith someone's heartfelt announcement of her brother's untimely passing, I'll simply quote below Margaret Young's eulogy of her brother, and our past Association president, Harvey, whom many of us knew, but none as well as his grieving family. I believe I speak for the entire AOTB family in offering our sincerest condolences to our dear neighbor, and Harvey's mother, Margaret, as well as his many family members. 

In the few years I have been privileged to live in our close-knit community, I have offered our private sympathies to the families of many of our dear neighbors who have passed on. Now, however, it seems fitting that we should very publicly recognize the passing of one of our own who had served us all.

David J. Delia, president, POA-AOTB
1375 Walnut Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21403-4741
H: 410-268-8622
C: 443-534-7229
Esse erit diduxit rota!
"With great sadness we want to convey the news that our brother, Harvey Franklin Young, died last week. There will be a small memorial service on Monday, October 24th in Annapolis, MD.

Harvey Franklin Young, age 63, passed away on Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 in St. Louis, MO. He was born on September 24th, 1953 in Detroit Michigan to Rev. Harold and Margaret (Davis) Young. He grew up in Evanston, Illinois and New York, N.Y. attending high school at St. Hilda's and St. Hughes where he played soccer and the violin. Some of his most enjoyable summers were working at Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Pops. He held a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hobart College in upstate New York and had a successful career in IT/Imaging Management and Sales with IBM and Hewlett Packard. He is survived by his two sons, Brian (Kristen) and Jason (Kelly), four grandchildren, Natalie, Dominic, Charlotte, and Logan; three siblings, Harold, Margaret (Peter) and Edgar (LoriBeth); his niece, Pearl, his mother, Margaret and his dog, Deuce.

He spent many summers growing up and most of his later years in Arundel On The Bay, Annapolis, MD. Harvey's favorite times were coaching his son's soccer teams, fishing, 'captaining' boat rides for his family, playing racquetball, enjoying the companionship of his dogs, and watching action and western movies. His ashes will be laid to rest alongside his father in Annapolis."